Money mind-set expert Dan LeFave and I discuss money and the unspoken conflict that many creative business owners face. More importantly we review some of the things we can all do to change the way we view money and why its important to have a money making mind-set. The intention of this episode is to change how you view money so that you can get the results YOU WANT. It can be a challenge with something as “tangible” as money to believe that it has anything to do with how we think. The truth is, it has everything to do with how we think.
Dan is a member of a very unique group of certified global coaches who facilitate a process that helps people bridge the gap between their current financial results and the results they WANT in any environment or any economy. His work is based on “Thinking Into Results”, which was created by the very thought provoking work of famed author Bob Proctor of The Secret.
He is also a co-author of the book, “Stepping Stones to Success – Mastering Business, Life and Relationships” with Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield, and Denis Waitley.
I’m thrilled to have Dan share his insights and tips on how having a money mind-set can make all the difference in your world.
- Is money is tied to self image
- How being a receiver is as important as being a giver
- Why is talking about money taboo?
- 1 super thing you can do right now to change your mind set about money(p.s. do this!)
- The 5 F’s that can re-prioritize your world
Offers and Gratitude ~
Dan is offering a free e-copy of his book, “Stepping Stones to Success” with Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield and Dr. Denis Waitley PLUS a bonus self-analysis questionnaire and a free Skyrocket Your Business Strategy Session. Be sure to check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can get Dan’s generous gift as well as gifts from previous guests as well.
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